Kid-Friendly Fall Wreath Ideas

Kid-made doesn’t have to equal construction paper and tempera paint.  Involving children with real craft materials and some inspiration from around the web can lead to some rather “pin-worthy” pursuits.  Here are some fall wreath ideas that are kid-friendly, creative, and gorgeous to boot.

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Dried Apple Wreath via Crafting a Greener World {plus, they learn about dehydration…}

Monochromatic Leaf Wreath from Inkpads & Polkadots {looks classy, right?}

Starburst Twig Wreath via The Painted Hive {what kid wouldn’t want to collect the twigs??}

Newspaper Leaf Wreath via EcoScrapbook  {stunning and upcycled!}

Corn Wreath via Real Life, One Day at a Time {kid-art, but patterned for effect}

Paper bag leaf wreath from Crafting Mom {simple material, with punches of color}

Popcorn wreath from Cherished Bliss {maybe make some to munch on while creating?}

Paper chain Wreath from Micheal Made Me {great for learning about texture}

Leaf Wreath via Simply the Sweet Life {go for a leaf hunt and make this}

Book Page Painted Wreath via Shelterness { cutting up books would be fun..}

Pine con wreath from V and Company

Bean wreath from Paisley Pink Polka Dots

We have a FALL GALLERY with 25 more ideas!

Don’t miss out on the all of the ideas here at The Classroom Creative:

Have a great idea and want to share it? Whether you have a blog or not, we’d love for you to submit an idea here!

Happy Fall,

Nicolette & Karen

2 Responses to Kid-Friendly Fall Wreath Ideas

  1. Kristine says:

    All lovely, crafty projects.
    Thanks for including me :-)

  2. Ashley says:

    Thanks for including my popcorn wreath : )

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